Shelby Farms Park is less than half an hour from downtown Memphis, making it an easily accessible oasis when you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Tennesseans know you don’t need a coastline to enjoy the water. Here are 9 Tennessee rivers and lakes where you can boat, fish, paddle, picnic or just enjoy the scenery.
From the 50 miles of trails at the Urban Wilderness to the 85 miles of paved greenways along the city’s rivers and ridges, Knoxville, Tennessee is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.
The Southeastern forest has become a destination for those seeking out fish and other underwater species because of its cool, clear waters, undisturbed nature, and extraordinary aquatic diversity.
If you’re planning a getaway for friends, you’ll find that Northeast Tennessee offers a surprising variety of unique places to enjoy great food, entertainment and outdoor adventure.
Check the truth behind these commonly held water safety beliefs.
Learn how swimming is a great low impact exercise and can be done alone. A swim workout is beneficial for more than just your joints, its great for your heart and lungs as wel
Looking for things to do in Memphis in the water? Look no further than our guide to a water adventure in Memphis.
Chattanooga wasn’t voted “Best Town Ever” two years in a row in Outside Magazine polls for nothing. Whether you’re looking for a simple stroll with the…
If you’ve always wanted to give kayaking a try, Tennessee’s many rivers, creeks and lakes are a perfect place to start.